Ealing Park Tavern To Close

But negotiations underway with new owners ETM group

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The Ealing Park Tavern on South Ealing Road will be closing in under two weeks.

The historic pub which was built for the Royal Brewery in 1885 was formerly the Penny Flyer and well known in the area.

It was taken over by Enterprise Inns / Town And Country Pub Company Ltd and over the last few years has built up an established restaurant clientele.

However rising costs are believed to have taken their toll and the pub has been struggling, it's been announced that it will be serving its last pint on Sunday 20th April.

General Manager James Martin says:

'' Unfortunately the Ealing Park Tavern's last day of trading is on Sunday the 20th April. It will be very sad for us especially myself, I have been the General Manger here for over 4 years, a resident for 2 years and will miss the beautiful building as well as the clientel.''

Mr Martin says he hopes the pub will be able to reopen by Summer and asks customers to be understanding.

'' Until then please bear with us, its a hard transitional period with limited stock and resources.''

Negotiations are understood to be underway with the ETM group of pubs/restaurants - and today (April 7th) The ETM group, led by Ed and Tom Martin, tweeted:

'' Yes we are really excited about coming to Ealing soon, more details to follow.''




5th April 2014